The new deals - Deals done this week

Chrysalis Radio Online has struck a deal with Direct Holidays to provide online holidays sales to its seven web sites. Direct holidays will offer low cost holidays throughout Europe and in Florida, Goa and Mexico. Users will have access to holiday packages and late deals appropriate to each of the Chrysalis Radio brands.

Chrysalis Radio Online has struck a deal with Direct Holidays to provide online holidays sales to its seven web sites. Direct holidays will offer low cost holidays throughout Europe and in Florida, Goa and Mexico. Users will have access to holiday packages and late deals appropriate to each of the Chrysalis Radio brands.



Ask Jeeves has signed up price-comparison site DealTime.co.uk to its new shopping channel. Users of Ask Jeeves' shopping channel will be able to compare prices and information from a host of online retailers before purchasing.



TheFirstResort.com, the online travel site, is to provide ski holidays for the Daily Mail's newly launched ski web site skiingmail.com. Visitors to skiingmail.com will have access to its database of holidays offered by UK ski operators, including Crystal, Inghams, and First Choice.



Online city guide e-street.com is to provide content for London Passion, the fledgling bi-monthly London lifestyle magazine. Under the deal, e-street will provide information on where to go and what to do in London with its directory of London venues and services.



E-fulfilment outfit iForce has linked with trading site eBay.co.uk to auction recovered lost, found and stolen goods across the UK. The joint venture between iForce and eBay has signed 15 police forces across England and Wales to be the first users of the initiative.



Online accommodation booking service LeisureHunt is to link with BTopenworld's new multi-platform Personal Openworld portal (PoP). The deal will give visitors to the portal access to LeisureHunt's online accommodation booking service from any internet-enabled device.



Multi-access portal Vizzavi, the joint venture between Vodafone Group and Vivendi Net, has partnered with online directory Scoot.com. Under the agreement, Scoot will become the preferred directory service of the Vizzavi portal. The co-branded service will initially be offered in France and the UK, followed by a European roll-out. Scoot and Vizzavi are also to work together to develop new products and technology. First on the drawing board is a shared roadmap for personal and location-based services.



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